Korean Students Playing Mercy in MY Class!

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English is just not at the top of the priority list for most Korean students.  Understandably so, most have no plans on leaving Korea and feel they will never have a need for it.  So, at times they look at ESL class as a place to talk, text, comb each other’s hair, and…play mercy.  The other day, these two were in their own little world with what seemed to be a new game to them.  They were off on the side trying to break each other’s wrists and I caught them.  What a great candid camera opportunity.  They had no idea I was filming them.  They didn’t even know I was standing there.

If it wasn’t for my coteacher…!

English is just not at the top of the priority list for most Korean students.  Understandably so, most have no plans on leaving Korea and feel they will never have a need for it.  So, at times they look at ESL class as a place to talk, text, comb each other’s hair, and…play mercy.  The other day, these two were in their own little world with what seemed to be a new game to them.  They were off on the side trying to break each other’s wrists and I caught them.  What a great candid camera opportunity.  They had no idea I was filming them.  They didn’t even know I was standing there.

If it wasn’t for my coteacher…!



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